Arts and Crafts
Conservation and restoration Renovation of prestigious properties Museum installations
Restoration and artisanal interventions at the service of art and the city of Venice
Since 2001 we have been keeping the traditional art of Venetian stucco alive and combining it with the conservative restoration of architectural and stone surfaces. We specialize in the renovation of prestigious properties, decoration and art services.Discover our service
"I was amazed by the skill of the people who created my project for the Venice Biennale at the Corderie, they did a fantastic job."
"During my direction of the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice, Guido Jaccarino and his group have shown, in addition to great professionalism, a lively participation and sharing of the objectives to be
achieved, confirming themselves as extraordinary problem solvers and essential collaborators."
"I enjoy working with the Unisve staff as they are made up of sensitive and highly trained restorers
in the conservation of works of art."
"The best company I have ever had the pleasure of working with in forty-four years as an architect."
"UNISVE is a company with which I often collaborate because it is serious, reliable and of a high quality level which contributes to the success of my projects, whose professionalism stands out in all circumstances."
Monumental staircase of the Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista
First part of the structural consolidation of the top vault of the monumental staircase by Mauro Codussi
Restoration of the stone surfaces of the Tribuna on the occasion of the Domus Grimani 1594-2019 exhibition
New staging of the exhibition spaces of the Cassamarca Foundation
Creation of the foundation's new exhibition spaces at Ca' Spineda
30 . 05
Theoretical-practical refresher courses for the APPC Order of Venice
The first theoretical-practical workshop of the cycle of training meetings 2020-2021 will concern “Lime-based plasters in Venice. Historical coatings and methods of integration and construction. ” and will be held by the architects Luca Scappin and Giorgio Berto, also an artisan plasterer. Find out the details.